Re: [SCA Newcomers] re: New Member with B3R
- I'm sure you know your State better than I do.
You live in the Kingdom of Calontir.
Here is their listing of groups in Missouri.
However, as you live close to the borders of Illinois and Kentucky I might
suggest you look up groups in those States. They belong to the Kingdom
called The Middle Kingdom
The group called the Shire of Far Reaches is now officially defunct and
would have been the closest in Illinois. Now Shattered Crystal might be
able to let you know about folks close you in Illinois. The Barony of
Shattered Crystal is:
I wish you the best of luck.
On Fri, Jul 22, 2011 at 12:43 AM, Tisha elf <lady_tisha_elf@...>wrote:
> Well i am really into genealogy and just found out that one branch in the
> family has a monk who lived in 1130. I also traced another branch of the
> family back to the isle of Arran in Scotland in 1645, not quite period but
> close. I have been playing around making garb, 3 t-tunics, a viking apron
> dress and a couple of others. I am also interested in food, and other , what
> i call lady like presuits. I feel like i live in the wrong age, althought i
> dont think i really want to go back and live in the middle ages, but i enjoy
> playing at it. I am looking into names, i would like to use Abbatissa which
> means they could still call me tissa and i would remember to answer to it
> better. (tisha is a nick name not my real name). A friend in one of my FB
> game got me started in SCA. She gave me the link and i went to a meeting.
> and she told me the people in SCA are really great people and from what i
> have see they are. they have all be great to me. My only regret is
> that i have to travel 2 hours to go to meeting or events. I live in
> CapeGirardeau, Mo and i have yet to find any group in southeast missouri.
> From: Stefan li Rous <stefanlirous@...>
> To: SCA Newcomers list <email@example.com>
> Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2011 12:41 AM
> Subject: [SCA Newcomers] re: New Member with B3R
> Tisha asked:
> <<< I have been going to meetings and stuff at B3R in St louis, Mo.
> And i am trying to find ways to stay involved as much as i can because
> i just love SCA. Can some one give me advice on selecting a name and
> hearldry. >>>
> What things got you interested in the SCA in the first place? Was it
> the idea of a persona and your own personal heraldry? Or are you doing
> these just to get started in the SCA? If they aren't a main interest,
> then I think you can wait awhile and figure out which cultures or
> times you might be most interested in.
> I would recommend coming up with a first name, reasonably soon. Else,
> your group might come up with one for you.
> You might find some of the files in the NEWCOMERS section of the
> Florilegium to be of use to you. You can find the address in my
> signature line below.
> For instance:
> Choose-a-Name-art (12K) 10/ 3/09 "Choosing a Society Name: Hints for
> Newcomers" by Dietmar Reinhart von Straubing and Malachias von
> SCA-Personas-art (16K) 6/ 9/01 "On Choosing a Name and a Persona; A
> Quick and Dirty Guide" by Ld. Daniel Raoul Le Vascon du Navarre�.
> If you can give us an idea of what your SCA interests might be or
> activities that you might like to get involved in, I'm sure the folks
> here can answer questions or give you some pointers to info about
> those activities. There are many different facets of the SCA that you
> can get involved in, and this can change as you try out new things.
> This is one of the things that has kept people in the Society for 10,
> 20, 30 or more years.
> THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
> Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas StefanliRous@...
> **** See Stefan's Florilegium files at: http://www.florilegium.org ****
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